AntiGravityGear O2 Tent Review
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Nov 18, 2008 at 6:01 pm #1232091Addie BedfordBPL Member
Companion forum thread to:Nov 19, 2008 at 11:33 pm #1459777Mary DBPL Member
@hikinggrannyLocale: Gateway to Columbia River Gorge
I am seriously considering this tent. Does anyone else have any experience with it?Nov 20, 2008 at 12:11 am #1459780Rog TallblokeBPL Member
@tallblokeLocale: DON'T LOOK DOWN!!
Having no seams is great for not having to seam seal, but the side and rear pullout attachments do look vulnerable to stress in a heavy wind. How are the interior reinforcements done?Nov 23, 2008 at 11:21 am #1460317Eric BlumensaadtBPL Member
@danepackerLocale: Mojave Desert
To me it looks like there are too many external, pole-supported pullouts needed and the pitch time would be longer.
I own a TT Contrail. It seets up fast, adjusts quickly to more or less ventilation (higher or lower pitch, etc.) and has decent wind shedding ability when all guylines are used. Speaking of ventilation, it has excellent air flow, even in heavy rain.
I'll stick with the Contrail for now.
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